1/8 Meg Nozzle; 25 Degree For Pressure Washers 1/8 Meg Nozzle 25 For Pressure Washers
25 degree eighth meg nozzle for pressure washers from $7.20

25 Degree 1/8" Meg Stainless Steel Nozzles Our stainless steel 25 degree 1/8" Meg tips can be used in surface cleaners, Duct Spinners and other pressure washing accessories that use 1/8" meg nozzles. These nozzles are also available in 40 degree spray patterns that deliver precision accuracy and powerful impact for reliable cleaning power on a variety of hard surfaces. A high-impact spray pattern means more impact per unit area and faster wash times. MEG spray nozzles are made with hardened stainless steel that is ideal for high-pressure use and has a long wear life. They have an internal e vane that stabilizes vibrations and provides a uniform spray distribution. These MEG tips have a 1/8" NPT inlet, a maximum pressure of 5000 PSI and various spray patterns. Size: 1/8" male NPT" Details: Spray pattern: 25 degree Maximum pressure: 5000 PSI Material: Hardened stainless steel Pressure wash spray nozzles are really an integral part of your power wash system. Nozzles come in different shapes, sizes, and styles. Nozzles should have a number that is stamped on the nozzle, which indicates the spray angle and orifice size.  The first two digits of the nozzle number indicate the spray angle (disperse) in degrees. The remaining numbers refer to the orifice size (hole).When replacing your tips it's important that you know the GPM and PSI of your machine. Too small and you could potentially damage your machine's pump. Too large and you will not get optimal pressure. Use the nozzle chart to find the correct size.

1/8 Meg Nozzle; 40 Degree For Pressure Washers 1/8 Meg Nozzle 40 For Pressure Washers
40 degree eighth meg nozzle for pressure washers from $7.20

40 Degree 1/8" Meg Stainless Steel Nozzles Our stainless steel 40 degree 1/8" Meg tips can be used in surface cleaners, Duct Spinners and other pressure washing accessories that use 1/8" meg nozzles. These nozzles are also available in 25 degree spray patterns that deliver precision accuracy and powerful impact for reliable cleaning power on a variety of hard surfaces. A high-impact spray pattern means more impact per unit area and faster wash times. MEG spray nozzles are made with hardened stainless steel that is ideal for high-pressure use and has a long wear life. They have an internal e vane that stabilizes vibrations and provides a uniform spray distribution. These MEG tips have a 1/8" NPT inlet, a maximum pressure of 5000 PSI and various spray patterns. Size: 1/8" male NPT" Details: Spray pattern: 40 degree Maximum pressure: 5000 PSI Material: Hardened stainless steel Pressure wash spray nozzles are really an integral part of your power wash system. Nozzles come in different shapes, sizes, and styles. Nozzles should have a number that is stamped on the nozzle, which indicates the spray angle and orifice size.  The first two digits of the nozzle number indicate the spray angle (disperse) in degrees. The remaining numbers refer to the orifice size (hole).When replacing your tips it's important that you know the GPM and PSI of your machine. Too small and you could potentially damage your machine's pump. Too large and you will not get optimal pressure. Use the nozzle chart to find the correct size.

Nozzle Unclogger Tool For Pressure Washer Nozzles
Nozzle Unclogger Tool Sale Price: $6.59

Quality nozzle unclogger with protective screw cap. Constructed of brass and has a 1/4 QC plug base. Quickly cleans material from nozzle orifice, extending the nozzle life.

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1/8" tips are used in surface cleaners, duct spinners, etc. We offer these nozzles by Spraying Systems because they are built with an internal diffuser that controls the accuracy of the flow through the nozzle perfectly. The orifices are specially hardened stainless for long life.

If you are changing the tips on your surface cleaner, you can use the standard nozzle chart to determine the best size to order.

The PSI output of your machine is equal at every nozzle, but your total GPM output is divided by the number of nozzles on your surface cleaner. If you have a 4000 PSI, 4 GPM pressure washer and a 2-nozzle surface cleaner, look on the nozzle chart for the intersection of 4000 PSI and 2 GPM (4 GPM / 2 nozzles). You would use a 2.0 orifice size for this set-up.

Rated to 5000 PSI.